Glyphs font editor plugin that allows one to rotate a glyph and view it from different angles. This plugin was inspired by an experience in punchcutting and appreciating the ability to rotate a Glyph and look at curves from all angles.
Code is written by Aaron Bell
- Open the RotateView plugin from the Window menu.
- It will automatically display the currently selected glyph.
- Use the slider to rotate the glyph in the view clockwise and counter-clockwise.
- The window can be resized and the glyph will resize.
Tested on Glyphs 2.4.1 under OSX El Capitan. The script may not work under an older version of Glyphs or OS.
Copyright 2017 Aaron Bell (@aaronbell & @sajatype). Special thanks to Mark Frömberg's Kernkraft plugin that explained how to draw outlines in Vanilla and to Georg / Rainier who helped explain Glyphsapp callbacks.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
See the License file included in this repository for further details.